ETF.COM ANALYST BLOGS

By Drew Voros

With the broad equity ideas all taken, issuers look for thinner slices of exposure.

By Dave Nadig

ETF industry petitions the SEC for market microstructure changes.

By David Lichtblau

Newly launched fund structure brings with it some hurdles for advisors and investors.

ETF STRATEGIST CORNER

By Ben Lavine

Investors should be compensated for momentum risk.

By Corey Hoffstein

In this tough yield environment, here’s a different way to achieve 4% distribution.

By Andrew Gogerty

If you’re going to add exposure, commit to what you own.

INDEX INVESTOR CORNER

By Allan Roth

Think twice before buying precious metals equities now.

By Larry Swedroe

The latest book by Akerlof and Shiller is an argument for pending legislation.

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FEATURES AND NEWS

Can we expect more sensible forward-looking returns any time soon?

ETF INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE

By Kristi Kuechler

Interest is growing in the gray area between passive and active.

By Adam Patti

ETFs are more tax efficient than mutual funds.

By Sprott Asset Management

New fund’s underlying index targets equities sentiment on social media.

ETF.com Analytics & Data

Top ETF Fund Flows for Past Week

GLDSPDR Gold Trust944.22
LQDiShares iBoxx $ Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF585.96
AGGiShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF475.88
TIPiShares TIPS Bond ETF424.32
EEMiShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF418.75
* Net Flows in USD Millions

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ETF DAILY DATA

Investors sold the junk bond ETF aggressively on Wednesday, May 4.

Both BlackRock and SSgA saw net outflows from their ETFs in excess of $1 billion on Wednesday, May 4.